The responsibilities of the Department of Public Works consists of the following areas; Road miles maintained in Township:  33 Services provided by this department include the engineering design, construction, maintenance and repair of streets, sidewalks, sewer, water and storm drainage systems, surveying and mapping, maintenance and repair of vehicles and equipment, maintenance of parks, cemeteries, athletic fields, beaches, public buildings and off-street parking facilities, public refuse collection and disposal, snow plowing and ice control, administration of construction contracts, review of subdivision projects; inspection of construction projects and the operation of the Water Treatment Plants and Wastewater Pumping Stations. Weymouth DPW Administration. Logs exceeding 8 inches in diameter. COVID-19 Information; US Census 2020; Board of Assessors; Board of Health; Board of Library Trustees Learn what different curbside collection programs exist and what materials can be included in your collection bins. The site is located at 55 Hollis Street in South Weymouth. When recycling happens, products that would normally be discarded are broken down and turned into something valuable. Electronics such as televisions, computers, cell phones, video game consoles, DVD players, etc., include toxic chemicals on their motherboards that pose a threat when sent to landfills. The electronics-recycling program will be picked up the second Tuesday of each month. The information found in this section provides a deeper insight into why we should recycle, what benefits recycling provides and how taking simple steps every day will protect our home, our families and the environment. Company Address: 120 Winter St Weymouth, MA 02188-3305 (Norfolk County) Contact Person: Robert F O'Connor (Executive Director) Contact Information: Phone: (781) 331-9460 Fax: (781) 337-6940 . Absolutely NO household rubbish will be accepted. Save On Kitchen & Laundry, Where To Find A Christmas Tree In 2020 Near Weymouth, Generator Use And Safety Guide For Massachusetts Homeowners, A Massachusetts Thanksgiving Football Tradition Interrupted, PA Gov. Ronald C. Carroll, CPWM, CRP – Superintendent of Public Works. This is done by assuring the best quality of service available, maintaining our widely available recreational facilities and cleanliness of our Township. 120 Winter Street . While not everything can be recycled, the majority of products and materials we use on a daily basis can be. Therefore, it is important to keep a recent Valley Yellow Pages directory on hand as it contains the latest and most updated information. Please direct any questions to Weymouth Township Department of Public Works, email: or 609.476.2102, Monday to Friday from 6:30 AM - 3:00 PM Snowplowing Township Roads The Township streets will be started when they become a plow able depth. Recycling is more than just filling your blue collection bin every week. 45 South Jersey Avenue A number of cities and communities offer their residents curbside collection programs making recycling easier. Carpet is accepted but must be rolled into a bundle and tied with twine. Use the information found in this section to help you determine what is available in your area. The drop off is available to Weymouth residents only who are able to provide documentation of residency. Annual Town ReportBudgetCemeteriesCharterCode of OrdinancesData & Statistics, Farmers MarketFederal, State, & County Elected OfficialsHistoryHouses of WorshipMunicipal ServicesParks & Recreation, Phone NumbersSchoolsSocial ServicesTown BuildingsTown GovernmentTown Master Plan, TransportationUnion PointUtility Service ProvidersVillage CentersWETC Local TelevisionWeymouth 400Zoning. The site plans to open on Feb. 16 from 9 to 1 p.m. to allow residents to drop off any debris that may have fallen during last weekend's heavy wind storm. Use the information found in this section to find out what it is and help you increase your recycling efforts. Boards & Committees . And when last year’s directory is ready to be replaced, be sure to recycle it. Large items generated by your household such as furniture, toys, mattresses… make up “Bulk Waste”.